Re: WEB Not Accessible After bootup
Awhile back you posted a question about starting a map automatically so that
your support chaps could check the web interface.
Have you managed to get a specific map to startup on a reboot without any
one logging on and starting it?
From: Gil Irizarry [mailto:IRIZARRG@LABS.WYETH.COM]
Sent: Thursday, May 13, 1999 3:14 PM
Subject: WEB Not Accessible After bootup
I am having a problem with the web server after the system is re-booted.
The root map is open by a operator with read/write.
ps -ef |grep web; shows 3 process active
1. /usr/ OV/web/httpd/NetviewWebServer
3. /usr/ OV/web/httpd/NetviewWebServer
Users timeout trying to get to the server.
nvwebstop displays no such process
nvwebstart displays port 8181 in use
I have changed the httpd.conf port from 80 to 8181.
After I kill the above mentioned preocess then, I can issue nvwebstart and
all works very well.
Do I need to start the web at boot up time using root?.
Thanks in advance
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